|Steve Mazza, Sculptor, Art Waves #79|
If you've seen rabbits in business suits around the Hamilton area, you've seen the work of sculptor Steve Mazza. For a whimsical discussion about everything from self-portraiture to scale, tune in to this episode of Art Waves.
Keywords: sculpture; self-portraits; whimsy; scale; materials
|Barbara Patterson, Sculptor, Art Waves #33|
Sculptor Barbara Patterson shapes compelling conversation out of the roles inspiration, scale and materials play in creating art.
Keywords: sculpture; scale; shape; portraiture; materials; inspiration; the burka
|Frances Ward, Abstract Painter, Art Waves #31|
Abstract painter, Frances Ward works in the grand old tradition of drip painters, but she incorporates found objects and litter to create surprisingly powerful visual statements about urban life. This is a conversation that will keep dripping in your memory long after you listen to it.
Keywords: painting; patterns; abstract art; found materials; drip painting
|Brian Kelly, Found Objects Sculptor, Art Waves #117|
Brian Kelly blends art and recycling to create something entirely new which speaks to the oldest impulses within us. He and his work are full of curiously satisfying contradictions, like serious humor. As whimsical as the sculptures he makes, Kelly will keep you slightly off-balance with his deeply felt, eccentric answers in Art Waves #117.
Keywords: sculpture; found materials; metaphor; whimsy; Workers' Arts and Heritage Centre; AOCA; FUNCO; UN Conference on the Human Environment; Raymond Scott; Phil Kline; Ethel